Described as a funk Amazon, Betty Davis was the face of the greats of the 1960s black scene, notably Miles Davis. Married, they separated after a year because she was "too wild for him". She was the first black model to parade in London in the 1970s. But it was especially as a borderline punk funk singer that she left her mark: 3 albums that have become cult. They have been regularly sampled since by rappers like Ice Cube or Talib Kweli. She is also a model for many female R&B stars. Above all feminist and independent, she ended up moving away from the music scene.
At Shohan-design, we don't really like working on existing characters. But besides the woman, it was a series of photos of her that marked the designer. He cut them, mixed and reworked them to make them a most funky silhouette.
And in orange, as a decoration in your living room, this silhouette will "snap".